Webinar: Pulse Width Modulation Signal Generation using ST's NFC Dynamic Tag IC


Discover how you can use NFC technology to generate PWM signals for applications ranging from lighting to motor control.

Watch the 1-hour webinar replay to learn about a unique IC solution that allows PWM signal generation via Near Field Communication (NFC) interface. We will also cover some baseline fundamentals of NFC, and introduce STMicroelectronics' complete NFC portfolio.

The session will show you how the ST25DV-PWM series of Dynamic NFC Tags can be used for a wide variety of application segments including industrial and consumer lighting, motor control, audio generation, brand protection, physical access, and more.

You will learn:

  • Duty cycles and frequency generated by the ST25DV-PWM
  • Mechanism of Digital Signature Feature
  • How to use the ST25DV-PWM as an NFC secure switch

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John Tran is a Field Application Engineer with a BS in physics from Virginia Tech University, where he studied semiconductor and high-temperature superconductor technologies. John has over 20 years of experience in the electronics industry. His early experiences ranged from complex system-on-chip to secure and standard microcontrollers. He has been with ST for over 12 years and currently specializes in NFC technologies.